- Interactions between dietary habits and home environmental exposures on respiratory symptoms in Romanian school children: an analysis of data from the SINPHONIE project. – Neamtiu IA; Gurzau E et. al.
- Biological and molecular modifications induced by cadmium and arsenic during breast and prostate cancer development. – Gurzau E al.
- Assessment of formaldehyde levels in relation to respiratory and allergic symptoms in children from Alba County schools, Romania. – Gurzau ES et. al.
- Telomere length, arsenic exposure and risk of basal cell carcinoma of skin. – Gurzau E. et. al.
- Agreement between parental and student reports on respiratory symptoms and school environment in young Romanian children – evidence from the SINPHONIE project. – Neamtiu IA, Gurzau E, et. al.
- Assessment of heavy metals (total chromium, lead, and manganese) contamination of residential soil and homegrown vegetables near a former chemical manufacturing facility in Tarnaveni, Romania.– Neamtiu IA, Fleming M, Pop C, Bloom MS, Gurzau E, et. al.
- Assessing associations between indoor environment and health symptoms in Romanian school children: an analysis of data from the SINPHONIE project. – Neamtiu IA, Gurzau ES et. al.
- Evidence from SINPHONIE project: Impact of home environmental exposures on respiratory health among school-age children in Romania. – Gurzau E, Neamtiu IA, et. al.
- Teacher respiratory health symptoms in relation to school and home environment. – Neamtiu IA, Gurzau ES, et. al.
- Seroprevalence of Bartonella species, Coxiella burnetii and Toxoplasma gondii among patients with hematological malignancies: A pilot study in Romania. – Gurzau ES, et. al.
- Low-level arsenic exposure via drinking water consumption and female fecundity – A preliminary investigation. Bloom MS, Neamtiu IA, Pop C, Gurzau ES, et. al.
- Metal contamination in environmental media in residential areas around Romanian mining sites. – Neamtiu IA, Baciu CL, Gurzau ES, Pogacean AO, et. al.
- Perinatal health in the Danube region – new birth cohort justified – Gurzau ES, et. al.
- Impact of exposure to tobacco smoke, arsenic, and phthalates on locally advanced cervical cancer treatment-preliminary results. – Neamtiu IA, Bloom MS, Dumitrascu I, Pop C, Gurzau ES, et. al.
- Newborns health in the Danube Region: Environment, biomonitoring, interventions and economic benefits in a large prospective birth cohort study. – Gurzau ES, et. al.
- Identification of a novel susceptibility locus at 13q34 and refinement of the 20p12.2 region as a multi-signal locus associated with bladder cancer risk in individuals of European ancestry. – Gurzau ES, et. al.
- Low level arsenic contaminated water consumption and birth outcomes in Romania-An exploratory study. – Bloom MS, Neamtiu IA, Pop C, Gurzau ES, et. al.
- A pilot study of low-moderate drinking water arsenic contamination and chronic diseases among reproductive age women in Timiş County, Romania. – Bloom MS, Neamtiu IA, Pop C, Gurzau ES, et. al.
- Consumption of arsenic-contaminated drinking water and anemia among pregnant and non-pregnant women in northwestern Romania. – Bloom MS, Neamtiu IA, Pop C, Gurzau ES, et. al.
- New basal cell carcinoma susceptibility loci. – Gurzau E, et. al.
- Pregnant women in Timis County, Romania are exposed primarily to low-level (<10μg/l) arsenic through residential drinking water consumption. – Neamtiu I, Bloom MS, Gati G, Pop C, Baciu C, Gurzau E, et. al.
- Gender differences in cadmium and cotinine levels in prepubertal children. – Gurzau AE, Gurzau ES, et. al.
- Genetic variation in arsenic (+3 oxidation state) methyltransferase (AS3MT), arsenic metabolism and risk of basal cell carcinoma in a European population. – Gurzau E, et. al.
- Consumption of low-moderate level arsenic contaminated water does not increase spontaneous pregnancy loss: a case control study.- Bloom MS1, Neamtiu IA, Pop C, Gurzau ES, et. al.
- Inception cohort study of workers exposed to toluene diisocyanate at a polyurethane foam factory: initial one-year follow-up. – Neamtiu I, Gurzau E, et. al.
- Polymorphisms in DNA repair genes XRCC1 and XRCC3, occupational exposure to arsenic and sunlight, and the risk of non-melanoma skin cancer in a European case-control study. – Bloom MS, Gurzau E, et. al.
- Genome-wide association study yields variants at 20p12.2 that associate with urinary bladder cancer. – Gurzau E, et. al.
- Maternal arsenic exposure and birth outcomes: a comprehensive review of the epidemiologic literature focused on drinking water. – Bloom MS, Neamtiu IA, Gurzau ES, et. al
- Germline sequence variants in TGM3 and RGS22 confer risk of basal cell carcinoma.- Gurzau E, et. al.
- A pilot study: the importance of inter-individual differences in inorganic arsenic metabolism for birth weight outcome. – Gurzau E, Gurzau A, et. al.
- Occupational exposure to ultraviolet radiation and risk of non-melanoma skin cancer in a multinational European study. – Gurzau E, et. al.
- Occupational exposure to arsenic and risk of nonmelanoma skin cancer in a multinational European study. – Bloom MS, Gurzau E, et. al.
- Blood pressure hyperreactivity: an early cardiovascular risk in normotensive men exposed to low-to-moderate inorganic arsenic in drinking water. – Gurzau E, Gurzau A, et. al.
- A germline variant in the TP53 polyadenylation signal confers cancer susceptibility. – Gurzau E, et al.
- Interaction between functional polymorphic variants in cytokine genes, established risk factors and susceptibility to basal cell carcinoma of skin. – Gurzau E, et al.
- European genome-wide association study identifies SLC14A1 as a new urinary bladder cancer susceptibility gene. – Gurzau E, et al.
- POMC and TP53 genetic variability and risk of basal cell carcinoma of skin: Interaction between host and genetic factors. – Gurzau E, et al.